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Published on Sep 20, 2011
Tell committee members to keep war contractors' hands off the money that should go to Social Security and Medicare: http://warcosts.com
The law that created the deficit committee also created a zero-sum game: Any expensive program that escapes the budget knife does so at the expense of cuts to other programs. If the military contractors succeed in keeping the war budget intact, they'll likely do so at the expense of Social Security and Medicare. That means money that would go to your Social Security or Medicare benefits will instead go into the hands of people like Lockheed Martin CEO Robert J. Stephens, who last year made $21.9 million, almost totally from taxpayer-funded military contracts.
This should an easy choice: cut the war budget.
Tell committee members you want military contractors' hands off the money that should go to Social Security and Medicare. http://warcosts.com